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Murray-Darling Basin Environmental Water Knowledge and Research Project: Fish Theme Research Appendix

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posted on 2020-09-02, 00:07 authored by Amina PriceAmina Price, Stephen Balcombe, Paul Humphries, Alison King, Brenton Zampatti, Ben Gawne, Lorena Nogueira
Appendix A1.1 The influence of flow and non-flow related stressors on the drivers of fish recruitment
Appendix A1.2 Prioritising fish research for flow management in the Murray-Darling Basin
Appendix A1.3 Riverscape recruitment: a conceptual synthesis of drivers of fish recruitment in rivers
Appendix A1.4 Examination of the relationship between food density, temperature and early-life stage growth and survival
Appendix A1.5 Understanding the feeding requirements of larval fish in the northern Murray–Darling Basin
Appendix A1.6 Comparison of the thermal and nutritional regimes among main channel and floodplain habitat patches
Appendix A1.7 The relationship between discharge, reach hydraulic complexity, zooplankton production and retention in a lowland river system
Appendix A1.8 Investigating the relationship between flow, structural habitat, hydrodynamics and patterns of larval settlement and retention
Appendix A1.9 Water infrastructure and challenges for fish conservation: A trait-based analysis to foresee fish recruitment in regulated rivers
Appendix A1.10 Basin-scale population dynamics of Golden Perch and Murray Cod: relating flow to provenance, movement and recruitment in the Murray–Darling Basin
Appendix 2: Theme Data Inventory
Appendix 3: Theme Outputs
Appendix 4: Theme Engagement and Communications Activities


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